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The Only Local Guide To Food And Farms In Middle Tennessee - Spring 2017
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Farm Guide > Listing: Hickman

Hickman County
The history of Hickman County began before Tennessee achieved statehood in 1796. In April 1791, Edwin Hickman, a native of North Carolina, led a surveying party into what is now Hickman County. Hickman’s party included James Robertson, later known as the Father of Middle Tennessee; Robert Weakley, who also played a prominent role n the early history of the state; and others. The party camped at the mouth of a small creek on the north side of Duck River opposite the present site of Centerville.
  

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14 listing(s) for Hickman

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Beaverdam Creek Farm →
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Produce Herbs Nursery & Flowers Fruits Meat Specialty CSA Farmers Market Hickman n/a
Belle Springs Farm →
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Dairy & Eggs Farm Stand Hickman n/a
Bountiful Blessings Farm →
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Produce Fruit Sweeteners CSA Farm Stand Farmers Market Online Hickman n/a
Bratton Farms → Produce PYO Farm Stand Hickman n/a
Cedar Run Farms →
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Meat Fruit Dairy & Eggs Produce Farm Stand Hickman n/a
Centerville Farmers' Market → Produce Nursery & Flowers Specialty Sweeteners Spreads Farmers Market Hickman n/a
Chestnut Hill Ranch B&B →
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Dairy & Eggs Meat Sweetener Herbs Farm Stand Hickman n/a
Grinder's Switch Winery →
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Wine Gift Shop Hickman n/a
Heritage Reclaimed Farm →
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Meat Farm Stand Hickman n/a
Kedron Farmers' Market → Produce Produce Herbs Dairy & Eggs Meat Farmers Market Hickman n/a
Pinewood Farms → Produce Fruit Dairy & Eggs Meat CSA Farmers Market Hickman n/a
Riversong Farm →
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Produce Sweetener Specialty Dairy & Eggs Farmers Market Hickman n/a
Sugar Camp Farm → Produce Fruit Meat Herbs CSA Farmers Market Hickman n/a
Tottys Bend Soap Farm →
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Specialty Farmers Market Retail Hickman n/a

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